Author: John Crawford

John Crawford
Senior Journalist
John Crawford
A writer for Babson Thought & Action and the Babson Magazine, John Crawford has been telling the College’s entrepreneurial story for more than a decade. Assignments for Babson have taken him from Rwanda to El Salvador, from the sweet-smelling factory of a Pennsylvania candy maker, to the stately Atlanta headquarters of an NFL owner, to the bustling office of a New York City fashion designer. Beyond his work for Babson, he has written articles and essays for The Philadelphia Inquirer, Notre Dame Magazine, The Good Men Project, and other publications. He can be found on Twitter, @crawfordwriter, where he tweets about climate change.
The Basics of AI: Where to Begin
The Basics of AI: Where to Begin » Are you a business leader or entrepreneur curious about the basics of AI? Here are some tips for getting started with this powerful technology.
She Wanted to Help. Becoming a Farmer Wasn’t What She Expected.
She Wanted to Help. Becoming a Farmer Wasn’t What She Expected. » After graduation, Rosine Ndayishimiye ’18 returned to her native Rwanda to make a difference. That path led her to the unexpected career choice of becoming a farmer.
The Economic Advantage of Entrepreneurship Education This article contains a video
The Economic Advantage of Entrepreneurship Education » The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor has studied entrepreneurship for 20 years. To increase its impact, researchers say look to education.
The Growing Need for Sustainability in Business
The Growing Need for Sustainability in Business » How might humanity take action and confront climate change? Sustainability in business offers one source for ideas and inspiration.
How Sustainability in Entrepreneurship Helped Power a Nation
How Sustainability in Entrepreneurship Helped Power a Nation » On a quest to bring clean energy to his native Nicaragua, Rodrigo Mantica ’96 established two hydroelectric power plants, thus demonstrating the far-reaching potential of sustainability in entrepreneurship.
For Fashion Entrepreneur Ruthie Davis, Making Shoes with Disney Is ‘Like a Dream’
For Fashion Entrepreneur Ruthie Davis, Making Shoes with Disney Is ‘Like a Dream’ » In her collaborations with Disney, fashion entrepreneur Ruthie Davis brings together the company’s beloved characters with her distinct creative voice.
Yes, Students Study Law at Babson
Yes, Students Study Law at Babson » Think of Babson, and your mind may understandably turn to entrepreneurship. But the College offers a slew of academic concentrations, including legal studies. Students take law classes at Babson for a variety of reasons. They may be interested in attending law school, or they may know how important some basic knowledge of law is to starting a business.
Veterans Supporting Veterans
Veterans Supporting Veterans » Veterans attending college can face challenges. The Babson College Veterans Club offers them a vital source of support and community.
How Will I Create the Future?
How Will I Create the Future? » Professor William Gartner, of Babson College’s Institute for Family Entrepreneurship, has been studying entrepreneurs for decades. “I can’t think of any other group of people I’d rather be with,” he says.
Equality in Entrepreneurship? Not Yet
Equality in Entrepreneurship? Not Yet » Babson’s Candida Brush has long studied women entrepreneurs. They have made many strides, but one critical challenge remains.